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2010 AMA Pro Motocross Freestone Photo Gallery

MotoUSA brings you all the action from Round 2 of the 2010 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship.

Josh Grant was seen rocking this stylish cooling vest on the starting line to try and battle the oppressive Texas heat.
KTM's Mike Alessi was quickest in practice at the 2010 Freestone national.
GIECO's Trey Canard was the top dog in the 250 Motocross timed practice at the 2010 Freestone National.
Suzuki's Ryan Dungey made up for his poor results in Hangtown and went 1-1 to dominate the 2010 Freestone National Motocross.
Kawasaki's Christophe Pourcel won the first moto and battled from a poor start in moto 2 for a fifth. His combined score of six points was good enough for the overall.
Eli Tomac grabbed the holeshot both motos, but couldn't keep it together for 35 minutes.
GEICO's Bret Metcalfe is looks to have taken to the big-bore CR; the Australian nailed two holeshots in Freestone.
Tyla Ratray finished the second moto with a pass on a confused Dean Wilson for the win. His 6-1 moto score was put him in second overall for the day.
Kawasaki's Chad Reed went 2-3 for a second overall at the 2010 Freestone MX National.
Dean Wilson was on fire this weekend, and would have won if not for an unfortunate mistake on the last lap of the second moto. Rest assured Wilson will charge to the finish line not matter what for the rest of his racing career.
Honda's Andrew Short missed the first moto due to engine troubles. He rebounded in the second moto most finishing sixth.
GEICO's Brett Metcalfe was on a mission in Texas. The Australian finished fourth overall for the day.
JGR Yamaha's Josh Grant grabbed a fifth place finish in Moto 1 in Texas. His second moto didn't go as well with a tenth. He is credited with fifth overall for the day.
The "Wild Child" Justin Barcia looked fast in texas, although his results didn't reflect it. He finished tenth overall with a 10-8 moto score.
Kyle Regal's amazing charge in the second moto in Texas proved that training is key to handing the heat. The Texas native said he began preparing weeks in advance.
Dean Wilson's last lap brain fade allowed Broc Tickle to squeak out a second place finish in the second 250cc moto.
Ben Towley had a tough start to the second 450cc moto. BT101 went down in the first turn and suffered a burn on his back from a hot pipe or a spinning rear tire. After a quick check by the Asterisk team he remounted to finish 16th.